What a year! Paladin Risk Management Services has trained 691 students trained in accreditation courses – that’s a record. This included 420 personnel from the Department of Social Services. And, close to 100 people have been trained in non-accredited courses through the RMIA. After five years of offering these course they’re still in demand and […]
I would like to request your help. I am embarking on one of the biggest challenges I have had for a long time. I am raising money in support of wheelchair rugby a sport that receives no funding other than at the elite level. To do that, I will be spending 24 hours in a […]
Paladin Risk Management Services has partnered with Soldier On – an organisation that supports physically and psychologically wounded soldiers who have returned from combat operations.
After an overwhelming response to our first E-Book, Demystifying Risk Management, released last year, we are excited to present you with Paladin Risk Management’s second E-book Risk is not a four letter word.
Some of the topics in the next the e-book, which will come out early next year. include consequence base risk identification, consequence based risk reporting, consequence based auditing.
2014 has been a huge year for us here at Paladin Risk Management Services. As the year winds down, it’s time to list our top 20 most read articles of 2014. We’ve been diligent in giving our audience more information on how to better deal with risk in your business. With over 10,000 users visiting […]
At this year’s RMIA National Conference in Brisbane we got to catch up with Dr Richard Agnew about how his risk management experience helps him prepare for his hobby of mountain climbing. Richard has been a risk manager for over 30 years, so what you wouldn’t expect is his passion for high risk activities. As […]
At the RMIA 2014 National Conference, we had the opportunity to speak with the CEO of RMIA, Geoff Crittendon about the bright future of risk management.
We had the opportunity to speak with Liam O’Brien from GRC Solutions about a survey on members of the Risk Management Institute of Australasia (RMIA).
Consequence based risk identification is a methodology that I have recently developed.